Composites One is a leader in making education on the latest processes, technologies and products.
Opportunities for learning include class room courses, hands-on training, on-site training, and webinars. We also organize live demonstrations and advanced techniques education/forums that providing a unique opportunity to learn in live real-time setting.
Some of our most popular offerings are offered by Closed Mold University (CMU). CMU was developed to offer the opportunity to learn about closed mold processes and the steps it takes to be a successful closed mold manufacturer. Through lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on learning, participants will learn the basics and details of closed mold processes, the steps to building tooling, and how to improve your already functioning closed mold facility. The economics of closed mold conversion, as well as updates in changes in the technologies as they develop are also presented in many of the classes offered. CMU works with industry experts who offer their expertise toward the education of the composites industry on closed mold processes and the many benefits they offer the manufacturer.
To further closed mold education, Composites One has also partnered with CompositesWorld to produce a Closed Mold Knowledge Center on their website, where visitors can go an gain some basic knowledge of these processes, along with helpful case studies and other tools.
In addition to CMU, the Composites One Technical Support Team, along with the Advanced Composites Team, also bring education to the industry about high performance composites like prepreg, carbon fiber, and epoxies, along with the processes used with these products.
And when it comes to safety in the shop, the Composites One HS&E Team offers webinars on the policies and regulations that relate to the composites industry today.
In addition, Composites One partners with industry leading suppliers, like CCP Composites and Owens Corning, working together with them to bring education to manufacturers. And, working with universities and continuing educational programs offered through places like the National Composites Center, the University of Maine and MARTEC, Composites One makes sure that the future of our industry continues to remain strong through education to future fabricators and those who want to improve their processes knowledge.